You at 13 weeks
If you've been feeling sick and tired with morning sickness, you'll probably start to feel better when you're around 13 or 14 weeks pregnant.
Some women start to experience an increased sex drive around this time, possibly as a result of pregnancy hormones or increased blood flow to the pelvic area. Some women do not, and this is perfectly normal. Read more about sex in pregnancy.
You'll notice a small bump developing as your womb grows and moves upwards. If you've been feeling the urge to pee more often over the last few months, it's because your womb was pressing on your bladder. This should ease off now.
See your doctor if you notice any pain when you pee. Urinary tract infections can happen in pregnancy, and it's important to treat them quickly to reduce the risk of kidney infection.
Things to think about
Find out about the pregnancy care you can expect if you're having twins.
You're advised to have your whooping cough vaccination between 16 and 32 weeks of pregnancy.
Find out about gestational diabetes and how you'll be screened for it.
If you're pregnant or have children under the age of 4 you may be entitled to vouchers for milk, fruit, vegetables and formula milk, if you receive certain benefits or you're under 18.
The Start4Life site has more about you and your baby at 13 weeks of pregnancy.
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